The second half of Thousand Foot Krutch's remix project is spot on. I think it's better than volume 1, but that could be that these are my favorite songs off the orginal album. Anyway, fans will not...
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House Of Heroes I echo most people's thoughts when I say I think this is their best project to date. It's a nice collection of wonderful tracks filled with HOH's creativity for which they are well known for....
Wonderful | Posted July-06-2013 I saw We As Human in concert 4 days before this release, and their live show left quite an impression, leading me to buy this album. After listening to it once, I thought it was fantastic. The album is nearly flawless. My only complaint is that it feels too short, leading me to play it again and again. The guest performances are great, especially Lacey’s screaming in Take the Bullets Away. Overall, it’s a wonderful album, and I recommend it to all rock fans. We As Human is defiantly a band to keep your eyes on.
The second half of Thousand Foot Krutch's remix project is spot on. I think it's better than volume 1, but that could be that these are my favorite songs off the orginal album. Anyway, fans will not be dissappointed. I usally don't like remixes that much, but these are great. A very enjoyable listen. A good holdover til the next full album. Thousand Foot Krutch rawks as always.
House of Heroes Gets Even Better | Posted July-14-2012
I echo most people's thoughts when I say I think this is their best project to date. It's a nice collection of wonderful tracks filled with HOH's creativity for which they are well known for. There's plenty of variety and I guantee these songs will get stuck in your head. My favorites are Dance, We Were Giants, Comfort Trap, and Touch This Light. The Cop is my least favorite but it's still a pretty good song. Everyone should at least give this album a listen. It's sure to please old HOH fans and get them some new ones (like me).
After falling in love with their debut, I totally ate up this Acoustic EP. The guys’ vocals really shine on this one. I usually don’t like acoustic versions of tracks, but this is an exception. Love every song and the covers are way cool. I just don’t like Jamie Grace’s vocals on their In the Light cover, but it’s not enough to turn me off the track. This is a must buy for Lightbulbs (die-heart fans of Anthem Lights)!!!
Simply Amazing | Posted July-02-2012 To put it simply, Anthem Lights is amazing! The four guys’ vocals are awesome and unique, and when added together, the sound is just remarkable. I think they are the best new band of 2011. Their debut is amazing and filled with spectacular songs with Christ centered lyrics and beautiful harmonies. There is not one bad song on the album and no weak points whatsoever. My favorite song is Circles and, well, I can’t say there is a least favorite song. Their songs are so meaningful and they all sound awesome! It’s really easy to fall in love with this band. Everyone I let listen to them becomes a fan. I can’t wait to see what Anthem Lights has in store next! What can I say? I’m a Lightbulb (and for those of you who don’t know what that is, it’s a die-heart fan of Anthem Lights).
Welcome to the Masquerade was a hard album to beat, but I think The End Is Where We Begin did it, or at least tied with it. The amazing thing is the band did it independently with the support of their fans. Trevor’s vocals really shine on the record (He’s such a good vocalist). The album is pretty diverse, without traveling too far from TFK’s usual rock sound, adding a little bit of rap in songs like Down. It’s very solid and there is no real weak point, though my favorite songs seem to be grouped near the end of the album. My favorite song off the album is Fly On the Wall or Courtesy Call, with my least favorite being We Are (which is still a good song).
All in all, I have to give it 5 stars and I have to admit I consider it one of my favorite albums of all time. I can listen to it the whole way through and not get the least bit bored. It has a really good message too. I recommend it to all rock fans, especially Thousand Foot Krutch fans. Actually, it's a must have for them!
I stumbled upon this album through iTunes’s Genius program, and instantly loved it. Tori and Courtney’s vocals aren’t the best, but they’re really good. All the sings are sweet, including the cover songs This One’s For the Girls and Shadowfeet. The album seems to be aimed toward teenaged girls, but everyone could enjoy it. The messages are positive and Christ centered. Some make you want to dance while others make you cry. My favorite song would be Curious or Speak while my least favorite one would be the cover of Mariah Carey’s This One’s For the Girls (though I do like it better than the original, just never like the song that much).